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forced to withdraw from harvard after a cheating scandal and take a look at this young woman in florida earlier this week. >> adios. [ bleep ]. >> bring her back again. i believe i heard you saying, i believe, did you say [ bleep ] to me. did you say that? >> yes, sir, did i. >> you did say that. 30 days in the county jail. >> dana: that was 18-year-old but is that not funny at all staring at a judge and flipping the bird. i have screwed that up. she had 30 days. andrea, i want to help save me. what i like about it. there are consequences for this young lady, also whether she answered and she said, yes, sir, did i say that. at least she is somewhat polite. >>> what a cocky kid. i love this judge, not because he sounds like antonio banderas but everyone was thinking the same thing. maybe it be a lesson to anyone that behaves that way. it's endemic and i think its breakdown down the family. when they grow up in these households and the dad is not around and mom is always working or whatever the situation is. they think they can get away with whatever they want. >> dana: some have said i h
the northeast >> dozens of students have been disciplined over a cheating scandal that has rocked harvard university >> obviously this school, the most prestigious in the country. >> jon: it is. just ask any elderly jewish woman with a grandson there. it's the best school in the country. and he's the best boy there. the brain jacks at harvard had to cheat. it had to be one tough exam. maybe they had to solve the equation from good will hunting or something. >> open book, open note. open internet. >> jon: did you say the test was open internet? as in you can be on the internet when you're taking the test? is this harvard or the university of phoenix? so they could use the internet and they still cheated off each other. i hope the administrators through the book at them and not some e-book they found on the internet >> the administrative board took the necessary, the time necessary during the fall to guarantee that every student's case is reviewed and resolved individually under the rules and procedures approved by faculty. this is a time for communal reflection and action >> jon: [bleep] t
. >> "the lost promise of civil rights" was published by harvard university press. the author is risa goluboff at university of virginia. what is the civil rights section? >> a unit of the united states federal government, just before world war ii. one of his creative is part of the department of justice. it's charge to protect individual rights, fundamental individual rights. people aren't sure what that meant. they were trained to collectively bargain and organize into unions. when world war ii started, greece became much but a prominent in the civil rights section and as a result start to think about how to write the workers. it takes a whole bunch of cases in which the rights of black workers are at stake and prosecutes all kinds of employers for violations of civil rights laws. >> host: was defined by executive order? >> guest: is formed by president frank was about and at their request of the attorney general and frank murphy was a big labor guide. he was from michigan. he was a very big supporter of labor union and he goes on to a career as a supreme court justice commences at
? >> why? i mean, if i want my kid to go to harvard, is he entitled to go to harvard just because i can say to the government, send my kid to harvard. i need a car, i need a mercedes benz. i can't drive a motorcycle. i need that. somebody is going to pay for a phone, pay for the food. i don't care. after a while, you know, before 1984, julie, there were a lot of people who didn't have phones, who couldn't make calls. they made out fine. the country did very well for a couple hundred years and all of a sudden, you want to give everybody something because you think they're entitled to it. >> we got to leave it there. coming up, think gas prices are high now? these guys just getting started. >> protesting the pipeline, then carted off by police, environmentalists like daryl hannah and rfk junior raising a stink outside the white house. they want the president to deep six the keystone. but with gas prices surging another 35 cents a gallon in the last month alone, maybe drivers would rather deep six the protesters. what do you think? >> daryl hannah? what place does she have to be commenting on
obama would have made a perfect president of harvard law school. the reason is because there were fewer declared republicans in than communists. there was one republican, but there were 12 who would say they were marxists, who believed in the communists overthrowing the united states government. 12 exactly. you sure it was exactly 12, sir? 12 implyious counted an it wasn't 11 and it wasn't 13, it was 12. spokesman for harvard law school gave this comment. we are puzzled by the senator's assertions as we are unaware of any basis for them charles friday also told jane mayer today, quote, have i not taken a poll, but i would be surprised if there were any members of the faculty who believed in the communists overthrowing the u.s. government. still, though, it sounds good, particularly when you use that really specific number. i mean, those commies can deny it, but clearly, he's got the fact. he's got a list of 12. jane mayer joins us next. [ female announcer ] switch to swiffer wetjet, and you'll dump your old mop. but don't worry, he'll find someone else. ♪ who's that lady? ♪ who's th
mater, harvard students caught up in a big old cheating scandal. >> oh, was that harvard? >> yeah, yeah, harvard. >> oh, they figured it out. >> we'll tell you exactly what happened, how far it goes. our in-depth report up next. and then to her outfit to her reunion with destiny's child, awesome beyonce moments of the super bowl. a closer look at those. email marketing from constant contact reaches people in a place they're checking every day -- their inbox. and it gives you the tools to create custom emails that drive business. it's just one of the ways constant contact can help you grow your small business. sign up for your free trial today at constantcontact.com/try. ♪ >> the approval rating just shot up 15 points. >> lie down on the table, connie. >> we miss thad tv moment. >> oh! >> like that. >> beyonce did not lip sync, didn't miss a beat. bringing the house down at the super bowl last night. wearing that cute little outfit. everyone watching her. the design of the hot leather and lace peel apart outfit is ruben singer, he is with us along with alina cho, expert on all things f
school students and thr adult chaperones were on the charter bus after a visit to harvard university. 30 >>> developing news on the east coast. dozens of people have been injured in a bush crash. students and parents were on a bus after a visit to harvard university. 33 people have been hurt. the group was headed home to philadelphia. >>> in allan hoshida, a hostage standoff is now in its fifth day. a 60-year-old man, jimmy lee dykes shot and killed a bus driver tuesday and kidnapped a 5-year-old passenger. police are in constant contact with the man holding the child in hostage in an under ground bunker. >>> a stanford's professor's opinion has angered many in the bay area. it has to do the group's tendency to eat meet. >>reporter: at the san jose festival, revellers are gearing up for the vietnamese new year, which starts next week. it is a very important holiday. >> it's time to celebrate the vietnamese culture. >>reporter: as the new year holidays approach, an opinion column written by a stanford professor is drawing criticism. in the column, he writes that the vietnamese people and
. akerman received her doctorate from the harvard school of education, and was one of the greatest successes as the first graduate to actually become the superintendent of a major urban school district. she was superintendent in three major districts washington, d.c., san francisco and philadelphia, as well as having been a teacher, principal and administrator in missouri, and chief academic advisor in seattle. and also held two masters degrees in education and one from harvard and washington university from st. louis as well as teacher's college. in july of 2000, she became the first permanent female and the first african american superintendent until 2007. she came to us during an unsettled time in history and spent years cleaning up our financial weaknesses uncovering problems with our systems and strengthens our administrative infrastructure. i have a photo in my office of her and then general counsel that i refer to as the $53 million photo. it was taken right after we found out that we would be receiving a $53 in restitution and rewards related to our building systems lawsuit settlemen
, it was truly an honor and you know to cap it with a super bowl win -- >> reporter: burke a harvard graduate, made the announcement at a school where his new foundation will build a reading center. fifth grader, larry bryant, won over matt's heart with his love for the ravens. >> we are going to call it the larry bryant, reading oasis so kids that come through here after you will know about you too and how special you are okay? >> reporter: what does it feel like to have this friendship with matt burke? >> awesome. like awesome. >> reporter: burke says he will miss these moments, but can't wait to spend more time with his own children. >> i have six kids and it is just time i really enjoy football, i've got to play for a long time i have been very fortunate but, i just feel like it is time to do something else. >> reporter: with that said, one last huddle for number 77. >> one, two, three. >> ravens. [ applause ] >> reporter: we are going to miss matt burke. and he says he informed coach harbaugh of his decision just yesterday. >>> mary bubala wjz eyewi
them to be harvard educated, and glue them on top of what is becoming increasingly a very violent and islamist uprising. there are over 1000 militias fighting in syria. the syrian opposition today, which america helped put together, are a bunch of harvard educated liberal people that we would like to will syria in the future. because we hope that we can glue them on top of this islamic militia and quiet them down. we said exactly the same thing about iraq. what do we have? we have a shiite a picture ship. they were not secular. they were religious. the neocons got everything wrong on what would happen to iraq. it will get it wrong on what will happen in syria. mockers he is not happening in syria anytime soon. the only two social indicators that have any reliable connection to whether democratic experiments work, are median age and per capita income. those -- our median age is 30 and above, you stick to democracy 30% of the time. per capita income, about $10,000 per person. syria, the median age is 20 one years old. iraq it was 21. syria has a per capita gdp of about $1000. we are
in modern america harvard university press. she's also the author of the mormon question coming and you have referred to polygamy a couple of times in our short discussion here. was that an issue about the mormons that got under people's skin? >> it was the most prominent. if there were others and if you say questions of access to public places for religious speech in life as a whimper key to that 20th century the big question is would mormons be allowed to redefine marriage for themselves and control the legal system enough so that polygamy would be recognized and protected as a valid form of marriage. >> one of the key issues for the more minute apologists as well as their opponents it became pretty clear early on in american history that the states have substantial control within their borders they were fought out in the marriage equality debate today, and utah pushed again and again and was denied again and again in large part because of the question of polygamy. the federal government had much more control over the territorial governments than it did or does over state governments. so y
been found. dozen harvard students were temporarily withdraw punishment after a cheating the school. more than 100 students were collaborating and even plagiarizing on a take-home exam last may. a dozen students have been forced to withdraw for a year while others have been cleared. >> this groundhog is not the only one that can predict if we going to see an early spring. you his localw counterpart. degrees by friday. long gone the 72 degrees we had in the week. let me tell you, it is a nice treat. >> next we >> now, the toyota sports does, brought to you by your local toyota dealers. >> it does not get any bigger than the super bowl and it does get any bigger than these two. ray lewis is retiring after this year, but collin is just beginning. both are very stingy defenses. will be an epic matchup. >> it is going to be a war and going to be fun. it is going to be fun for all of us. this is -- we are at a moment now where this experience truly a blessing for all of us. i know we cannot say enough. we thank god for the position we are in. on sunday, it is going down. >> the red storm
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? >> why? i mean, if i want my kid to go to harvard, ishe entitled to go to harvard just because i can say to the government, send my kid to harvard. i need a car, i need a mercedes benz. i can't drive a motorcycle. i need that. somebody is going to pay for a phone, pay for the food. i don't care. after a while, you know, before 1984, jul, there were a lot of people who didn't have phones, who couldn't make calls. they made out fine. the country did very well for a couple hundred years and all of a sudden, you want to give everybody something because you think they're entitled to it. >> we got to leave it there. coming up, think gas prices are hi now? these guys just getting started. to grow, we have to boost our social media visibility. more "likes." more tweets. so, beginning today, my son brock and his whole team will be our new senior social media strategists. any questions? since we make radiator valves wouldn't it be better if we just let fedex help us to expand to new markets? hmm gotta admit that's better than a few "likes." i don't have the door code. who's that? he won a contest
week, i'm heading to harvard to check out a class on quentin tarantino. lights, camera, action, you're on "the cycle" and you're only getting one date. >>> are you enjoying your day off? is the peace and quiet warming your soul? save vour it, america. all about immigration. what is being called a back-up proposal from the white house has been leaked and contains elements that have already raised a ruckus, including an eight-year path to citizenship. a lawful prospective immigrant visa that allows people to leave and return to the country during the eight-year period and provisions for stricter border security and background checks for employers. the white house is denying they leaked the proposal. and it's just a back-up plan saying they prefer a bipartisan team come up with something that works of t works. as you expect, republicans quickly pounced. marco rubio already called it dead on arrival and then took a break for water. and senator rand paul had this to say. >> this is the president torp o torpedoing his own plan. when they come out and say my way or the highway and if cong
to americans if the spending cuts take effect. live to washington for the latest on that, and then harvard business school professor robert porter says reforming the tax code is a top priority. is anyone in washington listening? plus, thumbs down on paris. a u.s. executive blaming the french government for fueling laziness among french workers. he's warning that the u.s. government isn't doing much better. wait until you hear this argument. stay with us. how do you keep an older car running like new? you ask a ford customer. when they tell you that you need your oil changed you got to bring it in. if your tires need to be rotated, you have to get that done as well. jackie, tell me why somebody should bring they're car here to the ford dealership for service instead of any one of those other places out there. they are going to take care of my car because this is where it came from. price is right no problem, they make you feel like you're a family. get a synthetic blend oil change, tire rotation and much more, $29.95 after $10.00 rebate. if you take care of your car your car will take care
. you went to scranton, what are you talking about? >> i went to harvard, beckel. don't he mess with me, man, have to go from harvard to scranton says something bad to harvard. >> you are crazy as usual. i enjoyed talking to you. >> movie based on your book is on sunday night turns out that my brother is playing in that movie. >> bill: stanton. >> no. seward. beckel's brother is in killing lincoln playing seward. you have to watch it. >> well, i would watch it anyway because it was a great book. one of the few things i agree with you on. >> bill: lincoln did not want to take over the economy by the way. >> yes he did take over the economy of the south, didn't he? >> bill: i'm never going to get through. huge scandal involving senator rubio and water. this is just awful. we will get to the bottom of the glass. and then cnn's howard kurtz criticizing me and beckel's fault at this. chris is going to enter >> bill: in the impact segment tonight, as you may know senator marco rubio gave the republican reply to the state of the union address last night. apparently senator rubio caused a big s
is graduate from harvard. basically went into mississippi right by himself and gang taking share croppers up to the courthouse to be vote and was beaten and created a model almost an alternative leadership model to martin luther king jr.'s follow me chatcal oratoriy. he was very soft-spoken and stayed down there and created a tremendous following among the young people. and it was his idea it have that freedom summer. his influence is still being felt but he's not wild widely known. any first would be diane nash from nashville. she had pioneer the freedom rides when adult freedom rides broke down in birmingham because they were beaten so badly. she took a group down from nashville and said we cannot let violence stop the movement. it became a summer-long phenomenon that created one big movement of nationwide activists out of a lot of little scattered movements. that was only the beginning of her contributions. i'll say just briefly, martin luther king jr. selma voting rights campaign was written on a notebook by her in 1963 as a reaction to the birmingham church bombing. she took it and nagg
blica dominicana, estudio medicina en su país y realizó estudios de especialización en la universidad de harvard, raidamente construyo una exclusiva clientela y sus pacientes van de ricos hasta gente común y corriente, ha donado decena de miles de dólares a campañas, también está los ex senadores federales y así como bill clinton y es amigo personal del senador bob menéndez a quien le donó dinero para su campaña, y un ex asistente dijo que bill clinton y su esposa pasaron vacaciones en su casa, el f.b.i. registró las oficinas por fraude al medicare y dijo que supuestamente puso prostitutas que estuvieron con ellos. >> (habla en inglés). >> Él pudo confirmar el senador bob menéndez es amigo del doctor, pero nunca pudimos confirmar esto, el senador menendez niega haber estado con prostitutas. >> el senador es mi amigo y es le nuevo jefe del comité de relaciones exteriores. >> bueno, bob menéndez ocupó esta semana la presidencia del senado y la organización que inicio la investigación reiteró que el hombre que hizo la denuncia se indentifico con varios nombres falsos. >> vamos
to law school at harvard. after clerking for a judge, i came out here in 1997. i have been here for the last 14 years. i have always lived in the castro. i am an attorney. i started out in private practice. i settle private law firm during complex commercial litigation. in 2002, and moved over to the sentences the city attorney's office where i worked on the trial team doing trials for the city, handling my own cases, and supervising a team of attorneys as well. >> why did you choose to live in san francisco? >> i always assumed i would go back to the philadelphia area since that is where my family is. i was always interested in san francisco in terms of what it is as a city, its culture, it's amazing lgbt community. i came out here for a summer, fell in love with it. i have been interested in politics since i was a kid. i worked on campaigns as a teenager. i was involved campaign against senator jesse helms when i was in college. when i cannot hear, and was not initially involved politically. -- when i came out here, i was not initially involved politically. i helped to build t
-authored with a distinguished harvard professor and another. saying it was imperative to give young people who had gotten in trouble a second chance, that they should be given a chance to do something else. if they got their ged stayed up drugs, the record should be sealed and convictions should be purged so they were ever asked if they had a criminal conviction, they could honestly say no. you have to give people a second chance. and there was a letter about the holocaust memorial. his unfailing support of israel. it was a fascinating letter about the importance of not giving up on missile defense research. this do it. the scientist need work and we will share it all. there were some that were rather funny. he was very proud of the anti- smoking initiative. he hated cigarette smoke. he loved the fact that senator mccain and others made progress and try to roll back the tide of cigarette use, especially young people. late in my tenure, mccain tried another bill and it did not pass and i could not pass it. he was mad and said, we have got to do something to convince young people to put smoking. there has
and digital media. the publisher and editor-in- chief of the new republic spoke at harvard's kennedy school for an hour. >> be sure to turn off your cellphone, please. >> hello, i'm alex jones. we're very glad to have you with us today. it is my pleasure to welcome hewes to the ranks of the ink stained wretches of this world which he has entered, world stage in tradition. today's interview in conversation will be recorded by c-span. i would ask you to be mindful that when you come down to ask questions later. those of you are interested, you come to these to mike. shughes.ag is #christhugh he is someone who is from hickory, north carolina who got himself to harvard and i said a ever made of mark zuckerberg. this happened in his sophomore year and he told me a moment ago he was taking five classes a semester while that was going on and still managed to graduate with a magnetic couple of years later. facebook is something that has changed the world. mark zuckerberg was the fourth and you were the fifth. but the thing was, chris hewes did something counterintuitive all the way along the line.
was in college at harvard, he was roommates with, what, peter say gal of, wait, wait, don't tell me. and they were both members of not -- they were not the harvard crimson crowd, they were the harvard lampoon along with the head of the lampoon at that time, conan o'brien. i've been told this elaborate story, i'm not sure i'm going to be able to get all the details right about he and his cronies contriving to arrange an invitation to harvard to speak as a pan of letters the -- as a man of letters the actor who played robin in the batman movies. and while he was there somehow managing to pilfer his robin costume and then pretending to be the penguin, i think it is, and negotiating for the return of this costume to the great hilarity of the entire cap pus. campus. so a mutual friend of ours who was the defense counsel for hamdan in his military commission trial in guantanamo described jess to me as something of a combination between edward r. murrow and dave letterman. so welcome, jess, and thanks for coming. >> well -- [applause] am i on? thanks. i was going to say that i didn't reali
bostons crashed in a evening.ood is it had stopped at harvard university and was heading back to pennsylvania. 33 people were hurt. some of the passengers were for hours until firefighters could freedom. many are heading to new .rleans for the super bowl the national local law enforcement are hoping that party responsibly not drink and drive. what is the plan to cut down on who do not follow the rules? i'm just the messenger in all of this. the law enforcement want to make that if you're hosting a if you areparty, super bowl party, make sure you get your game plan a designatede driver. turns out experts say when it comes to drunk driving super bowl sunday new year'sere with eve, st. patrick's day, and halloween. if you are thinking about drinking and driving the super that would be a bad call. the share of office will have officers patrolling the street in force. we have patrols, especially in areas of high traffic. there is a national campaign being waged by the national association. fans do not let fans drive drunk. many accidents from super bowl 2010 were caused by drunk di
research from harvard university shows if you are feeling a little bigger interest in the jeans, you need to think about what you are eating when you eat. >> it is the first large-scale study by researchers that found when you need matters people who eat their big male of the day early lose more than those seat big lake. >> the earlier you eat, the more time you have to burn off the calories. >> the study looked at europeans, whose main meal of the day is lunch. those that done before 3:00 p.m. not only lost significant way, their last likely to develop diabetes. the timing of the other meals and the mount eden did not matter. >> when it comes to weight- loss, calories count. >> he said to us what your bathroom scale for watch just yet. if you eat too much and move too little, you will gain the matter what. 1 calorie = the same at 6:00 p.m. as it does at midnight. >> it would be a mistake to say i will read at a certain time of day, early or later, so therefore, i can afford to eat more calories. >> late peters basket breakfast. that is likely allied aipac on the pounds. >> is not about t
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. this is hosted by the harvard can be school on the press, politics and public policy. >> hello. i'm alex jones, director of the shorenstein center here at the kennedy school of government at harvard and we are glad to have you all with us today. it is my particular pleasure to welcome chris hughes to the ranks of the world which he may be a digital god but because of the new republic he's entered a world that is also one stooped in tradition. today's interview and conversation is going to be recorded by c-span, so i would ask you when you come down to ask questions later, those of you that interested come to these mics. the hash tag if you are falling on trotter is -- following on twitter is chrishughes. i don't need to introduce cress much to this group. obviously she is someone from hickory north carolina that got himself into harvard and by a fortuitous circumstances managed to be the roommate of mark zuckerburg and great importance in the creation of facebook. this happened in his sophomore year and he told me just a moment ago he was taking five classes in both semester's while the was go
from all over the country to new orleans. harvard said today that . >>> harvard said that 60 of its students were suspended for cheating on an exam. >>> the nfl wants to change the culture of the game to prevent injuries, and we will talk to james brown of cbs sports, next. i gave birth to my daughter on may 18th, five days later, i had a massive heart attack. bayer aspirin was the first thing the emts gave me. now, i'm on a bayer aspirin regimen. [ male announcer ] be sure to talk to your doctor before you begin an aspirin regimen. [ woman ] learn from my story. ,?(7 [ nyquil bottle ] you know i relieve coughs sneezing, fevers... [ tylenol bottle ] me too! and nasal congestion. [ tissue box ] he said nasal congestion. yeah...i heard him. [ female announcer ] tylenol® cold multi-symptom nighttime relieves nasal congestion. nyquil® cold and flu doesn't. >> pelley: today the commissioner of the >>> today, the commissioner of the nfl roger goodell made news telling reporters that some teams just don't understand that the league is not going to tolerate unneces
corporate ceos as well. there was a study that came out a few months ago done by e. economist at harvard and what they showed, they studied over 2 million kids over a 20 year period. what they found is if a child had a highly effective teacher, just one in this 13 years, the earning potential was higher, the likelihood they graduated from high school and went on to college was greater and the likelihood they would avoid a teenage pregnancy was higher. i get there are other problems out there we should try to solve those but we also cannot forget what happened in schools matters a lot. if what we are concerned about is poverty that they face challenges, don't get me wrong but if we want to fix that problem, the best way for somebody to break the a generational poverty is to get a quality education. we need to embrace the fact it pays eight -- plays a significant role long term. if we're producing kids that do not have the skills and knowledge necessary to get well paying job common nowadays 50% say they cannot find people who have the skills they need to do mission critical jobs. think ab
, harvard magazine and i currently have nonprofit media start-ups including other non-profit magazine called "chop chop." i have a question -- >> [inaudible] [laughter] >> 5:30 tonight. i just want a quick comment about facebook. i was an advisor for many years and about 2,005 they said you need to get on to facebook and see what your students are doing. it was the first wave of the administrators. anyway my question is a business one going back to the business model. when you talk about the marketing experience as you may be able to monetize in particular are you looking at the competitors the atlantic that has gotten quite involved in the events in addition to monetizing the additional staff as well as the nation that has focused a lot on the cruises with the editors and things like that and the second part of the question is what do you perceive as your competition? is it the nation, is it the atlantic? iowa here a broad set of competitive voices but anyway. >> so, the question of experiences, access to content to me is clicking on the link to read a piece. experience is any time that you
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